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Item Condition: Like new - with original packaging Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Oxley State: QLD Payment Method: PayPal, EFT or cash on pick-up Reason for selling: No longer required Further information:
Have now completed my full conversion to QSC DCA amp stack so I no longer require this piece of mastery from Anthem.
Anthem M1 Statement.
1RU Monoblock amp that has rack ears.
1,000w @ 8-ohm
2,000w @ 4-ohm
2,400w @ 3-ohm!!
10amp inlet, XLR or RCA input, IR trigger for auto on/off
I purchased new around 2018.
These are somewhere north of $5K RRP new but apparently recently discontinued.
Copy of receipt can accompany sale.
100% working, I deinstalled only a few days ago.
Sorry, no trades or low balls.
Can arrange & ship at additional cost.
Item Condition: Good for its age Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: West Melbourne State: VIC Payment Method: EFT, Cash on Pickup Reason for selling: Selling my analog rig collection Further information:
If your preamp doesn’t have a phonostage this might be the perfect solution, and much better than many internal sections.
Audio Research has been refining this piece over the last view decades and they now cost close to $14k.
This is the original PH1 made with the highest quality components and attention to detail. Back then ARC was hand soldering their components and listening to each unit before leaving the factory.
The PH1 can be categorized as a “forward” sounding phono stage — lots of details, sharper, and more revealing. Its input impedance of 47k ohms can make listening to a low output MC cartridge a little less enjoyable than with MM cartridges so some careful selection is necessary. It is an excellent buy for someone who wants to give his turntable an extra shot of adrenaline to the music with a piece of ARC history.
This particular Australian unit is the RARER black finish. Condition is superb without any noticable stratches or imperfections. It is in fully working condition.
Item Condition: very good Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Brisbane State: QLD Payment Method: Cash, EFT, Paypal+3% Reason for selling: Move to separate pre power Further information:
Come with original manual and package.
Very capable amp to drive most of speaker with ease, no worry about the power and bass control.
Quote from http://www.soundstagenetwork.com/equipment/arc_dsi200.htm:
The DSi200 is rated to offer 200Wpc into 8 ohms or 300W into 4 ohms, with dynamic outputs of 400Wpc into 8 ohms or a whopping 800W into 4 ohms. These power specifications are no doubt aided by the 160,000µF of capacitance in the amply specified power supply. Output power is of little concern; the DSi200 can drive even the most power-hungry speakers.
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Item Condition: Excellent Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Traralgon State: VIC Payment Method: Direct deposit, PayID (preferred), PayPal (+fees) Reason for selling: NLR Further information: Up for sale is my Anthem AVM60 processor. Unit is approx 12-18 months old and is in excellent condition. Includes ARC kit and all original accessories, manuals and box. Shipping via insured courier is included to anywhere in Australia.
Full product details and specs available from Anthem - https://www.anthemav.com/products-archived/model=avm-60/page=overview
After persevering with a funny L-shaped theatre room for the last few years, I'm finally moving into a better room for my theatre room. This room has its own quirks but will be much closer to a rectangle and will allow me to have much better speaker placement. It's an existing living room so I'm not looking for anything radical with the design, just some advice on key points to have it work effectively for the future.
6.9m (length) x 5m (width) x 2.45m (height)
One set of glass french doors on the main viewing wall, one window on the left wall, one door on the right wall, one door in the back wall, two ceiling beams running across the ceiling at the 2.5m and 5m mark with the beams dropping down approx 230mm, oh and a funny study corner room (which actually works very well for my design which will have a fixed frame screen on castors to slide it out of the way of the french doors).
Will be a light controlled room with black blockout curtains, but will be a light and bright living room when not in theatre use. Will be a combo of movies, tv, music and gaming.
140" 16:9 fixed frame screen with acoustic transparent fabric
One lounge row of seating approx 4 - 4.5m back from the screen, and perhaps some bean bags around the room as extra occassional seating.
Currently 7.1 channel 1080P with a BenQ W1070, but am prepping the room for potentially 7.2.4 down the track with a BenQ W5700 or similar 4K projector. Will probably stay with the 140" 16:9 screen but could transition to a 180" 2.35:1 cinemascope screen down the track if I was feeling really adventurous.
Key initial questions:
For a 4 - 4.5m viewing distance from screen, should I aim for the projector to be approx. 4.5m back from the screen (within BenQ's min and max specs for a 140" (3544 - 4608mm)? Will I be right with the lense centre point approx 20cm below the ceiling? (Noting beam no.1 drops down approx 230mm and is well in front of the projector). I propose for the top of screen to be approx 350 - 450mm below the ceiling line when in position. If I run 4 x Atmos speakers in the ceiling in future (leaning towards Krix Helix due to their shallow 86mm mounting depth), I assume I will have to run two approx 1.5m in front of my lounge, and then the other two 1.5m behind my lounge to align with Dolby's 90 degree placement? Am I likely to have sound issues with ceiling beam no.2 partially blocking the listening position or due to the speakers not being far from the back wall? Any thoughts on the use of a solid core sliding door for the right side door? Can you get a drop seal for this kind of door to minimise sound leakage? I'm working out wiring now. Some cables will use cable hide strips along the skirting boards while I think I'll need 1-2 runs of cable to the ceiling (for the projector and Atmos speakers) and right wall (for the rear right and rear surround right speakers). Should I be adding any specific cables now to future-proof the ceiling inputs for a projector e.g. 10-15m long HDMI, cat5e, power, displayport? What will be the common projector standard in say 3 years time?
Pictures to aid discussion: (note my horribly rough hand drawn plan is not at all to scale!)
Random idea for the sliding door: